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21:36  10 may  2018
21:36  10 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Tim Hortons on mission to regain public trust . Tim Hortons on mission to regain public trustOAKVILLE, Ont. - Tim Hortons president Alex Macedo is on a cross-country tour to make amends with franchisees who have been publicly warring with the company for months.

Tim Hortons is ready to make amends. President Alex Macedo has been criss-crossing the country over the last few days, meeting with thousands of franchisees in a bid to regain their trust and convince them that the fast food giant is committed to improving its strained relationship with some

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OAKVILLE, Ont. - Tim Hortons president Alex Macedo is on a cross-country tour to make amends with franchisees who have been publicly warring with the company for months.

Macedo has made stops in Calgary, Montreal, Halifax and Toronto and will visit Vancouver to share details of a plan to regain their trust and the confidence of the public.

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Indeed, Timmies was owned by the American company Wendy’s for years, before regaining independence and restructuring as a Canadian public company in 2009. What mattered is that since RBI took over, Tim Hortons has been perceived to be acting in a way that seems antithetical to

TORONTO — Tim Hortons will pilot all-day breakfast in a dozen Ontario locations and look to introduce a kids menu, delivery and loyalty program, in a bid to regain the trust of franchisees and customers.

His tour comes after months of public quarreling with a dissident franchisee group over everything from cost-cutting measures in the wake of the Ontario minimum wage hike to delays in supply deliveries to a $700-million renovation plan that they say will cost store owners $450,000 per restaurant.

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In an interview with the Canadian Press, Macedo said the company can't pretend everything it has done has been good and said the last few months have been difficult for the brand.

To improve the situation, Macedo said he is telling franchisees that the company will survey its owners for feedback and has launched the "Winning Together" plan.

The plan includes a Tim Hortons app, a new marketing campaign extolling the virtue of connecting with neighbours over a coffee and a $700 million initiative to renovate restaurants to bring a more natural look to Tim Hortons locations.

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